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  1. ISO 39001Road traffic safety (RTS) management systems- Requirements with guidance for use

  2. The vision behind ISO 39001 • Elimination of death and serious injury in the road transport system is the overarching goal. • A voluntary and complimentary tool to legislation, addressing all organizations interacting with road traffic and driven by the needs of interested parties, including market forces. • An approach to utilize and disseminate ”best practice”. • Knowledge transfer from Traffic safety experts to the intended user community of the standard.

  3. An ISO management system standard … • is a voluntary tool for organizations to work systematically with specific issues (Environment, Quality, Food safety, Road Traffic Safety etc.). • is often based on the concept of continual improvement – PDCA cycle and process approach. • does not specify any specific technical solution or minimum requirements and is flexible and adaptable to the needs and resources of each specific organization

  4. Members of ISO/PC 241 Participating members Observingmembers Liaison organizations • Argentina • Armenia • Australia • Barbados • Canada • China • Colombia • Finland • Germany • Italy • Japan • Jordan • Korea • Malaysia • Nigeria • Philippines • South Africa • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • United Kingdom • Belgium • Bulgaria • Cyprus • Czech Republic • France • Israel • Netherlands • New Zealand • Norway • Singapore • Thailand • ISO/TC 22, Road Vehicles • ISO/TC 211, Geographic information/Geomatics • Global Road Safety Forum (GRSF) • Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) • World Health Organization (WHO) • World Bank (WB) • The International Transport Forum (ITF/OECD) • International Association of Oil & Gas producers (OGP) • UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) • European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) • The International Road Federation (IRF)

  5. Global participation32 member countries = 14% :

  6. Task group sessions ”Reaching consensus on key topics” ”Handling of national comments of current drafts”

  7. 1st ISO PC/241 meeting in Stockholm June 2008 2nd ISO PC/241 meeting in Malaysia February 2009

  8. 3rd ISO PC/241 meeting in Ottawa September 2009 4th ISO PC/241 meeting in Beijing March 2010

  9. The “architecture” of ISO 39001 • The overall structure and content aligned with ISO MSS- in compliance with N005 and ISO Guide 72. (Compare with EMAS and OHSAS 18001) - following the HLS (High Level Structure) of JTCG (ISO:s Joint Technical Coordination Group) • Top management responsibilities and commitment - concept adopted from ISO 9000 • Organizational context related to RTS - adopted from ISO/TMB/JTCG “Joint vision” • RTS performance factors - reflects common experience and knowledge in the field of road traffic safety • Incident investigation - partly adopted from OHSAS 18001 - harmonization between the ISO world and Traffic Safety expertise

  10. Progress in ISO PC 241- RTS management systems • 1st meeting in Stockholm June 2008 • 2nd meeting in Malaysia February 2009 • 3rd meeting in Ottawa September 2009 • 4th meeting in Beijing March 2010 • 5th meeting in Berlin November 2010 • Comments on CD 2 to be handled in Berlin • Sub-groups are established to develop the content of the standard • Target date for publication: April 2012

  11. ISO/PC 241 Thank you for your attention!For more information about this project please contact: • PC 241 Secretariat at SIS, Sweden • Anette Eriksson, anette.eriksson@sis.se • Peter Hartzell, peter.hartzell@sis.se